But what’s driving this situation? The leading cause appears to be a general lack of supply. From delays brought about by the pandemic to a shortage of new homes across the UK, the supply-demand ratio is proving difficult to balance.  

 

Low-interest rates and rising inflation also mean that buyers hope to reduce their potential mortgage debt. This combination of factors has contributed to UK house prices increasing by 9.8% between March 2021 and 2022 – adding £24,000 to the average value.** 

 

The market is still strong as we move into the summer months – and will most likely remain so for the foreseeable future. 

 

Do you know how much your home is worth right now? If you’re thinking of selling, book a valuation with us today.  

 

*Home.co.uk. 

**UK House Price Index 

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